Experiential Education in the College Context provides college and university faculty with pedagogical approaches that engage students and support high-impact learning. Organized around four essential categories—active learning, integrated learning, project-based learning, and community-based learning—this resource offers examples from across disciplines to illustrate principles and best practices for designing and implementing experiential curriculum in the college and university setting. Framed by theory, this book provides practical guidance on a range of experiential teaching and learning approaches, including internships, civic engagement, project-based research, service learning, game-based learning, and inquiry learning. At a time when rising tuition, consumer-driven models, and e-learning have challenged the idea of traditional liberal education, this book provides a compelling discussion of the purposes of higher education and the role experiential education plays in sustaining and broadening notions of democratic citizenship. 


part 1|84 pages

The Landscape of Experiential Education

chapter 1|18 pages


chapter 2|20 pages

Defining Experiential Education

chapter 4|18 pages

The Instructional Paradigm

Leaving Safe Harbors

part 2|87 pages

Principles and Practices of Experiential Education

chapter 5|20 pages

Design and Experiential Education

chapter 6|24 pages

Facilitation and Experiential Education

chapter 7|22 pages

Assessment and Experiential Education

chapter 8|12 pages

The Integrated, Experiential Campus

chapter |7 pages